Evidence as to Man's Place In Nature is a classic biology essay by Thomas H. Huxley. "He differeth not from a man but in his legs; for they have no calfe. Hee goeth alwaies upon his legs, and carrieth his hands clasped in the nape of his necke when he goeth upon the ground. They sleepe in the trees, and build shelters for the raine. They feed upon fruit that they find in the woods, and upon nuts, ...
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te no kind of flesh. They cannot speake, and have no understanding more than a beast."